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Jennifer Ervin; Madison Gannon – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
We compare the institutional standards and expectations for English language arts (ELA) educators from the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), the leading professional organization in this field, and the state of Georgia. By conducting a critical policy analysis of documents from NCTE and the Georgia Department of Education (GADoE) we…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Policy Analysis, English Teachers, English Instruction
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Rachel Jarrold-Grapes; Patten Priestley Mahler – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Teacher vacancies have been a long-standing issue in U.S. public schools, only made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Vacancies tend to be concentrated in high-poverty, high-minority schools and hard-to-staff subjects like special education and STEM. States have implemented various policies to decrease turnover, including offering teachers bonuses…
Descriptors: Teacher Retirement, Teachers, Teacher Salaries, Older Workers
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María-Jesús Gallego-Arrufat; Inmaculada García-Martínez; María-Asunción Romero-López; Norma Torres-Hernández – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Studies on digital rights in education have both gained attention and provided a framework for research, policy and practice in educational research within the field of educational technology. The potential benefits we appreciate in Internet use are inseparable from the maximum risks involved. Faced with this responsibility, individuals demand…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Privacy, Internet, Citizenship Education
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James C. Bridgeforth; Desiree O'Neal – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Antiblackness is a persistent feature of American society with continued implications for the experiences, outcomes, and well-being of Black communities. In the wake of widespread protests against antiblack police brutality and heightened awareness of racial injustices in 2020, federal, state, and local political actors swiftly began a concerted…
Descriptors: Racism, Educational Policy, Censorship, Curriculum
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Eveline de Medeiros Miranda; Donald R. Baum – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Students in over 150 countries experienced school closures throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In the years following, a growing body of literature seeks to estimate the impacts of these education disruptions on a diverse set of outcomes, including student learning. This article adds to this research by examining causal evidence through a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Achievement Gains
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Federico R. Waitoller; Christopher Lubienski – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
While parents of students with disabilities (SWD) select schools according to various factors, schools also choose students through different sorting mechanisms. Thus, parents of SWD may need to employ different strategies to enroll their child in their preferred school. We employed an intersectional approach for studying school choice,…
Descriptors: School Districts, Students with Disabilities, School Choice, Educational Policy
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Julie W. Dallavis – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Researchers have considered how school choice policies affect student achievement, but less inquiry explores how the organization of schools may change in the presence of choice. This descriptive and exploratory paper analyzes a state representative sample of school mission statements at two time points: before the enactment of choice policies in…
Descriptors: School Choice, Position Papers, Elementary Schools, Institutional Mission
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Gabriel Cipriano; Susana Da Cruz Martins – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
In recent decades, the potential benefits of introducing technologies into large-scale tests have been much discussed. Yet the path to effective technology use on large-scale testing has fallen short of expectations, especially when these tests have medium or high stakes for students. After a temporary cancelation of external assessment of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Computer Assisted Testing, High Stakes Tests, Technology Uses in Education
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Jeffrey Choppin; Christine Green; William Zahner – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
In this article, we explore demands and tensions involved when schools implement ambitious mathematics teaching (AMT). Following a description of a framework that distinguishes between internal and external demands, we characterize the tension between these in terms of alignment, balance, and buffering, which collectively speak to coherence. We…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Educational Change, Educational Policy
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Susan Bush-Mecenas; Jonathan D. Schweig; Megan Kuhfeld; Louis T. Mariano; Melissa K. Diliberti – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic caused tremendous upheaval in schooling. In addition to devasting effects on students, these disruptions had consequences for researchers conducting studies on education programs and policies. Given the likelihood of future large-scale disruptions, it is important for researchers to plan resilient studies and think critically…
Descriptors: Educational Research, COVID-19, Pandemics, Change
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Blanca Elizabeth Vega – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
This study explored how 14 higher education and student affairs (HESA) professionals navigated institutional policy vacuums to address interpersonal racial conflict between students. Grounded in perspectives of policy vacuums, findings revealed that HESA professionals learned about racial conflict by referring to their own personal, professional,…
Descriptors: Racism, Conflict, Higher Education, Educational Policy
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Danielle M. Carrier – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Education policymakers have long sought to reduce persistent achievement disparities between students of color and White students with varying levels of success. Understanding the different needs and obstacles faced by students and families of color is important given educating all individuals for our future U.S. society is a priority. Educational…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Standards, Teaching Methods, Culturally Relevant Education
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Nicolas Fleet; Arturo Flores; Braulio Montiel; Álvaro Palma – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2024
Drawing on perspectives from top state-regional universities' authorities (known as "rectors") and public statistics on higher education, we discuss the sources of regional inequality in the Chilean university system. While there is scarce research on regional inequality for Chilean higher education, it is a well-recognized concern…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, State Universities, Equal Education, Administrative Organization
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Azevedo, Joaquim – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2023
This study focuses on the analysis of school exclusion, which underlies and causes early school leaving, in 20 schools around Porto, Portugal. It is based on the qualitative and documental study of the personal school files of 25 youth, born between 1996 and 2003, who have left school and are now in a situation of social exclusion. We created a…
Descriptors: Dropouts, Foreign Countries, Social Isolation, At Risk Students
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Virella, Patricia M. – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2023
The American educational policy agenda has been fraught with neoliberal laws that center educational improvement and innovation (Barros, 2012). Neoliberalism operates on the premise that market competition will spur excellence in educational opportunities and decrease the education debt in marginalized communities (Fejes & Salling Olesen,…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Neoliberalism, Politics of Education, Educational Change
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